Art installation fills Greek ruin with colorful ‘pixels’

The Greek island of Paxos is the site of a new colorful contemporary art installation made from more than 120 pieces of fabric that hang in layers to create a pixelated effect. The German artist duo Quintessenz cut the gauzy fabric and spray painted it a rainbow selection of hues before stringing each cut-out across the courtyards of the 400-year old ruin. With the exact right amount of space between each piece of fabric, the layers begin to blend into a chromatic array of pixels.

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